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Geronimo Trilogy I. Fort Sill - Manray (3) - Tournament (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Zolojar says:
    Geronimo and his group of Apaches spent 27 years as prisoners of war, but he remained as defiant as ever until his death in in Fort Sill. “I should have never surrendered,” Geronimo, still a prisoner of war, said on his deathbed. “I should have fought until I was the last man alive.”Author: Wes Mayberry.
  2. Arashijora says:
    "Legend of Geronimo" was the second in our series of Personal Commission® Editions celebrating 30 years of publishing the art of Howard Terpning. The Apache warrior was born “Goyathlay” (One Who Yawns) but died Geronimo, a legend in his own time. In the s, his mother, his wife and three small children were slaughtered while he traveled with others in his tribe to Old.
  3. Mezigar says:
    Bretz, George W. (Fort Sill, Oklahoma) Search this Fly, C. S. (Camillus Sidney), Search this Fouch, John H., Search this Gardner, Alexander, Search this Goff, O. S. (Orlando Scott), Search this Gutekunst, Frederick, Search this Jackson, William Henry, Search this.
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  6. Kazilmaran says:
    In they were removed to Fort Sill in Oklahoma. Geronimo became a rancher, appeared () at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, sold Geronimo souvenirs, and rode in President Theodore Roosevelt's inaugural parade. Geronimo's final surrender in was the last significant Indian guerrilla action in the United States.
  7. Gardataxe says:
    Nov 05,  · After his numerous escapes from San Carlos, Geronimo surrendered to the Army for the last time in September He was sent first to an internment camp in Florida and then to Oklahoma’s Fort Sill, where he died of pneumonia on February 17, Recommended: Geronimo by Robert M. Utley, published by Yale University Press. Photo Gallery.
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  9. Vukinos says:
    Geronimo had a simple demand on behalf of those who stayed with him: if he surrendered, he said, then he would submit to imprisonment for a couple of years, as long as his people were allowed to return to Arizona. President Grover Cleveland refused. The Chiricahuas were shipped off to Fort .

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